The first few images of a statue, which will mark the 75th anniversary of liberation in Guernsey, have been released.
The life-size design aims to reflect both the past as well as the island's modern celebrations. The idea is that the 'future' element will be created by people interacting with the piece once it is installed.
It has been designed by college lecturer and local artist, Mark Cook, who also designed the donkey and foal statue located in Market Square.
The sculpture will be cast in bronze and, on completion, will be permanently located in a prominent town position. Apart from these details, and these images, any other details in relation to its appearance remain unknown.